For part of their autumn collection they've used a fabulous old English country house with it's colourful and eclectic decor to complement the intense jewel tones of their clothes. How gorgeous are those painted lamp stands with vintage shades!? And the bold turquoise painted woodwork makes me think of Farrow & Ball's Arsenic colour. Love it! I feel so tempted to paint my studio door in this colour as it seems so full of energy. I think that's why I'm drawn to these shots, the colour in them is just so energetic and upbeat.
Some of their winter styling on the other hand is a complete contrast, much cooler and calmer. Apart from a few pops of on trend brights - jade green and a wee hint of shocking pink - this palette is much more neutral as you would expect for winter. The colours I've picked out are by no means cold though, they are warm winter neutrals. Warm creams and greys with a hint of peach and sludgy olive green (I love this coat too), along with the touch of indigo they contrast so well with the pop colours of jade and pink making them zing. I feel really inspired by this combination right now.
Which do you prefer, the warm winter neutrals or the eclectic autumn brights? I know I like to wear those autumn colours but much prefer to surround myself with the neutrals.